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Casting Call: 'Love is Blind' season 2

Producers for the romantic dating experiment show are looking for new singles.

ATLANTA — The popular Netflix unscripted series “Love Is Blind” will begin casting for its second season in the coming weeks.

Producers for the romantic dating experiment show are looking for new contestants that are willing to see if they can be matched and get engaged with another single looking for love - without seeing them at all.

The show has become an instant hit with viewers, and is the number one show on Netflix.

Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa currently host “Love is Blind,” which was recently announced as the streaming network’s top show. But it’s the contestants on the show that have really contributed to its popularity, and they all have ties to the Peach State.

Several of the contestants already lived in metro Atlanta, and while the couples were engaged, they stayed in a city high-rise.

While it has not been announced where the next season will take place, Decider.com revealed where hopeful contestants should go to audition for the next season.

Casting will reportedly go through The Kinetic Casting agency, the company that auditioned season 1 singles.

If you think you’ve got what it takes save this page in your bookmarks as more updates on the casting of “Love Is Blind" are released.


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